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Community Cultural Education: Immigration and Refugee History
The Museum of Science and History Jacksonville presents a conversation with WeaveTales. Participants hear information about immigration trends and history in Northeast Florida and engage in small group discussions about how people have been included in and become vital parts of Jacksonville’s communities. Registration is suggested but not required. Admission and parking are free. Light refreshments provided.
Community Cultural Education programming at MOSH is part of an ongoing commitment to promoting inclusion, diversity, equity, and accessibility throughout Northeast Florida communities. MOSH has partnered with local organizations and and individual experts and leaders for a series of programs to bring people together for the good of the Jacksonville community. Programs are sponsored in part by Florida Humanities. This program is a part of the Smithsonian exhibit The Bias Inside Us at the Museum of Science and History Jacksonville. Learn more at biasinsideus.si.edu/homepage
Date/time: September 11 @ 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Presented By:Basma Alawee, Executive Director, WeaveTales; presenter and facilitator Dr. Anthony Mortimer, Vice President of Education and Exhibits, Museum of Science and History Jacksonville; host and facilitator